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Good question. I've not thought that far ahead in how this would be with the other GOI. However, I would love to explore those opportunities.

Maybe the name change might be unnecessary. Though from what I understand of what SCP stands for, the securing of the anomaly, the containment of it, and protecting humanity from it and from ever knowing its existence, living in ever blissful ignorance of the monsters that lay underneath their beds.

Speaking of XK-Class scenarios, well that depends on how one values human lives and their colonies. I don't think they'd want any XK-Class scenario for any planet. (though those would involve some rather interesting stories of localized XK-Class events.)

Im looking for scp that was mentioned to me that is able to cause a sort of area of like extreme cold around it. I'm not sure the number or anything beyond that but it be really nice if someone knew what i was talking about thanks!!!

So I didn't know what else to put here so I put a favorite quote, "Who wants to become a writer? And why? Because it’s the answer to everything. … It’s the streaming reason for living. To note, to pin down, to build up, to create, to be astonished at nothing, to cherish the oddities, to let nothing go down the drain, to make something, to make a great flower out of life, even if it’s a cactus."

looking for an mammoth by jpdelta6jpdelta6, 16 Jan 2018 19:15
psulpsul 16 Jan 2018 19:12
in discussion Per Page Discussions / Per page discussions » SCP-3904

A bland effect, which takes paragraphs of Description to get to. The logical inconsistency of Sony deliberately creating and marketing this, but the Foundation being unable to determine how, such that they consider this anomalous. Bland testing logs, mostly void of vivid examples, ending with a pop culture joke that makes no sense in context. An over-redacted (by whom?) note st the end that adds nothing to our understanding.

This is the epitome of SCP by numbers. The author and the site can do better.

by psulpsul, 16 Jan 2018 19:12

I've always wondered how things like, say, 682 and 096 would be handled by a Foundation where Humanity has an interstellar presence. Not to mention how it might impact the scaling of threats and/or object classes, (if you have a thousand planetary colonies, a SCP that threatens with an XK-claas scenario doesn't seem as threatening as it once was.)

So, I am interested in maybe adding a contribution, but I'd like to see what it's actually like first. The new Foundation name, however, seems awkward and forced; the're still the same organization, and except for keeping the veil intact, have the same M.O. So, does the fact they're keeping tabs at a galactic scale really change their mission enough to necessitate a name change? Did they merge with the GOC or other national anomaly-suppresing/collecting organizations at some point?

Chairs for the chair god, thrones for the…throne, throne?


by DrMagnusDrMagnus, 16 Jan 2018 19:06

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Yeah, this is a thing.

The place where the concept of chair is infinitely dense

Based on an old fuel post with my boy u/Heavenfall, who gave permission to rework this idea.

The name "All the Little Chairs" is a reference to the adventure time episode "All the Little People", where Finn plays god with figurine-sized versions of the characters.

Photo is flickr, cc

haha, so... by TheBillithTheBillith, 16 Jan 2018 18:51

so to make it sound more professional instead of

"Sterile humanoid containment rooms with walls made of steel, iron, or any material stronger than concrete and is resistant to corroding."

sterile humanoid containment rooms constructed of any corrosion resistant material that can withstand over 10,000 psi (hardest concrete strength)

Re: First SCP Draft by General shiGeneral shi, 16 Jan 2018 18:42

Things I'm specifically looking for:
-Am I adding too much?
-Am I not describing enough?
-Is the SCP Procedure and Description good enough?
-Should I add more?

Any other feedback is much appreciated.

It is what you do with what you do with the gift of life that determines who you are.
Mewtwo, 1998

Draft SCP - Magic 8 Ball by LifLif, 16 Jan 2018 18:39
DogulasDogulas 16 Jan 2018 18:38
in discussion Per Page Discussions / Per page discussions » SCP-3124

sorry for that mate, i know i am very bad at this, so i tried. deleting this.

by DogulasDogulas, 16 Jan 2018 18:38

This is basically the same reason why I started adding the GAW stuff from other branches onto that hub, as a way to like, show recognition to those articles. I feel like that could be a neat thing for all the GoI hubs to do, though as of right now it's pretty optional. I definitely think others should get on board though.

by DecibellesDecibelles, 16 Jan 2018 18:30

Thank you so much for the feedback and here are some (hopeful) answers for your questions!

Review of changes: The origin will be how it was discovered in Sam’s house after the Foundation received reports of nukes being primed, and linked the tv to it, capturing Sam into their custody.

If anything is wrong or if you still have questions/suggestions I am open to all feedback.


Finally, after years of work the God was completed. The cultists looked upon the fully assembled face of their deity in awe, and waited his awakening.

"Hey uh… guys? I just moved this box and… Err… why do we have like… two bolts, a nut, a mobius screw and a ergioplazer left over?"

Well, until Bob opened his mouth anyways.

by MyriadMyriad, 16 Jan 2018 18:24

Final tab, titled 'Mine Fields'.

Specifics I am interested in:
- is this too busy? I used two subtypes of SCP and multiple anomalous effects because I thought there was a lot of untapped horror potential in this area, but slimming this down could be a valid approach.
- is the background unnecessary, insufficient or over-the top - particularly the 'my god what have I done' scientist cliche.

Other feedback is welcome.

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Staff Post by Zachary MaxwellZachary Maxwell, 16 Jan 2018 18:23

Thanks for the input! I am in the process of writing a few tales for the setting atm myself just to get the flow and feel.

The kind of tales I want to show within the setting is basically how the SCP Foundation adapts in humanity's advancements and the technological boom as a result of space travel. Basically, it is focused more on exploration, research, sci-fi and horror as most tales are like.

thanks for the review, I have mostly read series 1 and some of the more popular scp because let's be honest that reading 999 scp start to get repetitive. I didn't really think that I could ask if people will enjoy the idea before posting it. Also, I didn't plan to make it able to kill people until I thought it would add more idea's into it so I wasn't a 'thing to kill you' for me. For the writing skill, I am aware that it is not really good as it was a rework of my previous scp and has given me little to no learning for now, I will try to make a 'new' scp and not remake an already dead one.

Let me know what you guys think.

by Torrinfell34Torrinfell34, 16 Jan 2018 18:17

Well, the theme I wanted to go for when I was thinking up this canon is humanity, although a giant among the stars, are still vulnerable to the likes of that which haunted them on their very home planet.

The same can be said for other civilizations dealing with their own anomalies, but the Foundation is only concerned with human interests.

Humanity knows about anomalies at this point. However, the rush and adrenaline of interstellar travel has blinded them to the fact that they are not invulnerable to the anomalies at all. (And of course, they encounter new anomalies on the planets they colonized. The lucky ones are those who live on a planet with no anomalies at all.)

Considering this fact, extra-terrestrial intelligence is no longer considered anomalies since humanity's familiarity with them are growing the more they interact with them. (Either peacefully or violently.) However, aliens with anomalous properties would still be considered SCPs. The Foundation of course, still secure, contain and protect. Just because humanity knows about the anomalies, does not mean that the Foundation should stop its duty to preserving humanity's saftey and well being. (This also opens up new containment opportunities with advancing technology and potential specialized Foundation facilities operating in their own private habitats or colonies for the sole purpose of research.)

The SCP Foundation however, would go by a new name. The Intergalactic Foundation of Anomalous Containment. AKA. IFAC. (They still call anomalies as SCPs however.) Their standards have changed regarding the handling of anomalous entities but the purpose remains the same. Non-lethal SCPs are only allowed free-reign in the privatized colonies the Foundation owns, under surveillance. Everything else still resides behind containment cells and storage because they are dangerous and unpredictable.

Lastly, that depends on what mythological creatures that exist that would be perceived as extraterrestrial. The SCP Foundation in the past has dealt with mythological beings that are primarily earth based. (this does not stop them from labeling mythological creatures and beings for other alien civilizations as aliens themselves.)

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